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PEIRCE, BENJAMIN OSGOOD. - A collection of 20 mathematical and physical papers.

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v.p. 1877 - 1904 20 offprints and extracts, varying octavos together in early cloth, wrappers (when issued) preserved. In excellent shape. ¶ Peirce's papers from 1903 to 1913 were collected and published by Harvard University in 1926 but his earlier papers apparently remain fugitive. A short title list: 1. A New Method of Comparing the Electromotive Forces; 1877. 2. The Determination of the Law of Propogation of Heat; 1877. 3. Preliminary Work on the Determination of the Law of Propogation of Heat [with Edward B. Lefavour]; 1877. 4. Emmissionsspectra der Haloidverbindungen des Quecksilbers; 1879. 5. Electromotorischen Krafte von Gaselementen.; 1879. 6. The Sensitiveness of the Eye to Slight Difference of Color; 1883. 7. The Charging of Condensers by Galvanic Batteries [with R.W. Willson]; 1889. 8. Measurement of the Internal Resistance of Batteries [with R.W. Willson; 1889. 9. Some Theorems Which Connect Together Certain Line and Surface Integrals; 1891. 10. Some Simple Cases of Electric Flow; 1891. 11. The Properties of Batteries; 1894. 12. Thermo-Electric Properties of Platinoid and Manganine; 1894. 13. Electrical Resistance of Certain Poor Conductors; 1894. 14. A Certain Class of Equipotental Surfaces; 1895. 15. Thermal Conductivities of Marble and Slate; 1895. 16. Induction Coefficients of Hard Steel Magnets; 1896. 17. Properties of Seasoned Magnets; 1898. 18. Thermal Conductivities of Certain Poor Conductors - 1 [with R.W. Willson]; 1898. 18. Perception of Horizontal and Vertical Lines; 1899. 19. Thermal Conductivity of Vulcanite; 1899. Some Elementary Theorems Concerning the Steady Flow of Electricity; 1904.
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